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nwx .tPTttn t w *?yi navn Vn1? mVsn
by
: m n j ? n
1
1
o * n o
,a"B .r ,l?wn nson nm ,r*?pna /m y ix Tya
y w
'*
y
bp Dp1?
.ami T"’—X"’
Commentary on the prayerbook and on the Song of Songs by Isaiah
ben Baruch, a
shohet
in Odessa. This work was first published in 1889.
n jm ’ T .a .» ,.\a J?x’ n’ p pmr ^x-ibp ^x'anv nxa .
b
x i v * n a w
.j p*?n /a y r^p .maty .a p*?n /a y Y 'm .mtwna .x p*?n .Y'*?wn
/a y a"xp .an a i .n p*?n /a y n"o /m iaa
.1
pbn
/a y x7,ip .xnp’ i
Sermons on the portions of the week by Jerahmiel Israel Isaac Dan-
ziger (1853-1910), a rabbi in Eastern Europe.
.Y '^ n ,o*na amxn ois*t ,rVpna .a*>mVa’m nwa nxa . n
v
a n a sn
Y':p .an a i ,-maa ,xnp*i .a p*?n .am*T r n .maw ,mwxna .x p*?n
/ay r a ,am“7
Sermons on the portions of the week by Moses Teitelbaum (1759-
1841), a prominent Hasidic rabbi in Hungary.
ivytf* nxa .>roa nsai ansa ,nmnn
'•m by
: n n a n m m 1?
.a p*?n .ami x"p ,a"y .x pVn .[?] Y'bwn ,o’ *n / ,r*?pna .yrrnn
.ami
2"b
rrs
An ethical work from the Cabalistic point of view, by Isaiah Horo­
witz (ca. 1555-1630), a rabbi who served in Central Europe and eventu­
ally settled in Palestine. This book proved very popular.
.am a aosix oisi ,pVpna .a^oia 'pa pru nxa . i " i m a ’ a i p *
b
/a y Y'a ,ami Y 'a ,a"ap /ay 'n
.i" b v
n
Comments on the Bible and the Aggada, by Naliman ben Simhah of
Bratzlav.
/p^pna .amax
m b
amain nxms
.b " r
amax nxa .m a
n p b
nwa n*?np ayi Vxw ’ miax ay Tima /a y
r b
.t "ton neon nm
.nrwya iso ayi
Instruction in Judaism, patterned after the Christian catechism, by
Abraham Jagel, an Italian cabalist, who lived at the turn of the 16th
century. This work also includes the ethical will of Maimonides, given
to his son Abraham.
.n"*?wn ,p*?pna .Vmxnxwa p"p*r aim ama nxa . a^ j py m x a
Hasidic comments on the Torah by Menahem Nahum of Chernobyl.
nson nm /p^pna .rwya^x
7
na*tn*» nxa . a ^ m :
7
n a t n ■» w n a
/ay amp .Y'^vn
Another collection of sermons, by Jonathan Eybeschuetz.